An incredibly portable and insanely playable take on an American icon.

Redlands, CA (August 15, 2017) -- Building upon their ever popular travel-sized guitar line, Traveler Guitar has broken the mold once again with the bold and brave Travelcaster Deluxe, an incredibly portable and insanely playable take on an American icon.

Inspired by over six decades of heritage and tradition, the Travelcaster is a full 25 1/2” scale electric travel guitar. At just 5 lbs. 3 oz. and an overall length of 33.75 in., the Travelcaster emphasizes portability without sacrificing playability. It comes equipped with 3 single coil pickups, 1 volume control, 2 tone controls, a 5-way pickup selector, and chrome 14:1 gear ratio tuners. The 3-on- a-side headstock and 2-point fulcrum tremolo make for far better tuning stability while the bent steel saddles and bone nut produce more sustain and better tone. The Travelcaster also boasts traditional guitar features like 22 medium jumbo frets, poplar body, and a maple neck. Available in a retro surf green with maple fingerboard or classic gloss black with rosewood fingerboard, the Travelcaster pays tribute to the past while also offering an innovative and forward-thinking portable solution for guitarists on-the- go.


  • Full 25.5-inch scale
  • 2-point fulcrum tremolo with steel saddles
  • Bone nut
  • 3 ceramic single coil pickups
  • Poplar body
  • Available in black w/rosewood fingerboard or surf green w/maple fingerboard
  • 33.75 in. overall length
  • Weighs only 5 lbs. 3 oz.
  • Deluxe gig bag included

Traveler Guitar has been the industry’s leading manufacturer of travel-sized instruments for 25 years. Their guitars fit in tiny spaces, play with giant sound and feature a variety of tuners, headphone amps, and EQs designed to let you practice, play or record wherever the road takes you.

$542.99 LIST | $299.99 STREET

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